Injury Updates

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  1. smallsnc

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    Rather Wenger and his defenders have a week and a half to think about Kane coming at them after getting a much deserved rest.
     
  2. Japhet

    Japhet Well-Known Member

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    I find it quite refreshing that Poch is prepared to put his cards on the table. It's like saying 'this is what we've got and we're ready to deal with it'. I'd rather he was like that than pissing about with the mind games like Mourinho and Ferguson used to do.
     
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  3. DJS

    DJS Smacks of villainy

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    All these moanng arsenal bitches on twitter should take note of this that the England manager has scanned proof tha he wouldn’t have been fit for the internationals.
     
  4. DJS

    DJS Smacks of villainy

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    Don’t you mean his midfielders as he seems to like sticking them in defence thesedays :p:p
     
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  5. SpursBhoys

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    Know who've won titles and Champions Leagues? Mourinho and Ferguson.

    Not saying that they won them purely on mind games, but think Poch should keep his cards a little closer to his chest on this one.

    In other news, Vertonghen is out of the Belgium friendly tomorrow against Mexico, although he's not returned to London and is still in the squad. Says he may play Tuesday and therefore is still hopefully in contention for Arsenal next weekend.

    http://metro.co.uk/2017/11/09/totte...f-north-london-derby-against-arsenal-7067974/
     
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  6. archiewasking

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    Wouldn't fancy a back 3 of Davies/Foyth, Sanchez and Dier against the Goons.
     
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  7. The Apprentice

    The Apprentice Charles Big Potatoes

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    They'd be fine. Arsenal are guff.
     
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  8. coys200

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    No issue at all for me would be sanchez Dier davies would be fine.
     
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  9. spursfan77

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    Vertonghen will be back. Sounds like Martinez is just being sensible over Jan's dodgy ankle.
     
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  10. Yid-ol

    Yid-ol Just-in-Edinburgh

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    Jan was only meant to miad one game and should be back for their next gamr ( japan if i remember correctly) so dont think there is much in his injury
     
  11. coys200

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    Wanyama posted some training shots on twitter getting closer.
     
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  12. Woodyy

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    Was the stuff about Wanyama potentially being out for the season untrue? Or is that still a possibility?
     
  13. coys200

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    I very much doubt someone out for the season would be weight training on a suspect knee.
     
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  14. ikky

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    Great news if he’s back sooner than expected, but didn’t JJ confirm he’ll be a long term absentee?
     
  15. Hengy1

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    Not sure why everyone thinks he’ll be back soon. He’s still doing gym work like he’s been doing for months.
     
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  16. coys200

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    He was doing gym work I think I saw him skipping mid September.Something must have then happened as in a set back,but obviously he has got over it.You certainly wouldn’t be doing weighted lunges if you had any kind of serious knee injury.
     
  17. Good Doctor M

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    I'd fancy a back 3 of Posh, Scary and Baby against the Goons at the moment to be honest... And fuck it, stick Sporty in nets while we're at it.

    Reckon we might give them a hammering.
     
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  18. doctor stefan Freud

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    Always nice to hear from a fellow quack
     
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  19. mattie g

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    Just because JJ (or any other ITK) says something doesn’t mean it’s 100% nailed on.
     
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  20. Shadydan

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    You can never tell with injuries though, some heal real quick whilst others don't so we don't know whether Wanyama's injury was initially diagnosed as long term but is on the way to recovery quicker than expected.
     

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